“First Date,” a romantic musical comedy about the horrors, humiliations and occasional happy surprises of blind dates, is cute (but not too cute) and sweet (but not too sweet). So, indications are…
KARLOVY VARY, Czech Rep. — The Karlovy Vary Film Festival's Works in Progress Award has gone to tragicomedy "Blind Dates" from Georgia, which has replaced Romania as the rising star among European…
Will Smith has never been afraid of an acting challenge and Jimmy Kimmel handed him one on "The Jimmy Kimmel Show" as the two debuted the fake trailer for "Blind Ref."
The Adam Sandler-Drew Barrymore romantic comedy, which had been tentatively titled “Blended,” now has a Memorial Day weekend 2014 launch date. Frank Coraci will direct the Warner Bros. film from a…
New musical "First Date" has lined up a Broadway run that will open at the Longacre Theater this summer. Junkyard Dog Prods., the team that produced 2010 Tony winner "Memphis," backs the comedy that…
Adam Sandler is returning to rom-com for the first time since “Just Go With It,” attaching himself to an untitled project for Warner Bros. that explores the growing phenomenon of “blended families.”…
Most first dates are a complete story, with a beginning, middle and definitive end. But the best ones are preludes to something grander, and such is the case with "First Date," a chamber musical…
A sometimes hilarious, often wrenching pas de deux between actors Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson.
MGM has snapped up the spec script "Blind Spot" from TV producer Evan Katz for mid-six figures, with action helmer John Woo and partner Terence Chang on board to produce.
Miller Genuine Draft is tweaking corporate sponsorship of concerts up a notch with its Blind Date promotion, in which bands that typically play stadiums will perform for small audiences in intimate…
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